This is the 124nd in a series of 365 Flash Fiction stories I’m writing. You can find out more about the challenge here.
The Quarry, by Jonathan L. Lawrence, 3rd April 2013
Word count: 625
Callum dug himself deeper into the coat rack inside the fashion store. He waited warily, he could hear his pursuers inside the shop kicking things over trying to find him.
It had been two hours of relentless chase, and they were determined. Breaking into the shop had been Callum’s act of desperation, it was the only thing he could think of, his energy was spent, he needed time to recharge.
“He’s in here somewhere,” growled one of the pursuers.
“We’ve looked, what if he’s not? He might have broken the door to distract us,” another said.
“Right, I want a watch on the front and rear exits, the rest of us will spread out see if we can’t pick up his scent,” the first voice said.
Callum breathed a small sigh of relief. It was in that moment he felt his drained powers starting to return finally.
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